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Matt Gianferante
Alumni

Matthew Gianferante ’05 epitomizes the Pfeiffer University ideal of servant leadership in a highly scientific way. He serves as a Medical Officer in the Clinical Genetics Branch at the National Cancer Institute, and he’s a Lieutenant Commander in the United States Public Health Service.

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David Barham
Alumni

David Barham ’11 is a rising star in the field of urology.

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Barry Roberson
Alumni

Barry Roberson ’80 has tamed his disease – and brought joy to others in the process.

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Mara Beck
Academics
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Why Pfeiffer

Editor's Note: Pfeiffer University's Department of Nursing changed its policy regarding cutoff scores after Beck graduated. Students must now achieve at least a B average (83) for all tests they take during a semester.

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PA Students
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Why Pfeiffer

In each of six hospital-like rooms in Pfeiffer University’s newly opened Center for Health Sciences (CHS) in downtown Albemarle, students in the Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies (MS-PAS) program will find a high fidelity, computerized hu

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Center for Health Sciences
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Why Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer University launched its new Master of Science in Occupational Therapy (MSOT) program this past August, and the newly opened Center for Health Sciences (CHS) in downtown Albemarle has been its home since September 17. Dr.

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Mariah Jones '19
Academics
Alumni
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Mariah Jones '19 has made her mark in education with remarkable speed. 

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Life Skills Lab
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Tyler Foster Ritchie ’16, ‘18 MATSP of China Grove is bullish on life skills labs. So much so that he established one this past October for the students with special needs he teaches at South Rowan High School.  

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Tom Darling
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Why Pfeiffer

Dr. Tom Darling, new Professor and Chair of Health & Exercise Science (HES), is full of optimism about the restructuring and projected growth of HES, and its role in advancing education, scholarship, and service at Pfeiffer University.

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Student Face Shields
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Why Pfeiffer

For their first Project SEED, students in the inaugural class of Pfeiffer University’s Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies (MS-PAS) program raised $1,200 for the manufacture of 120 experimental face shields and distributed them as donations to clinics, fire departments and paramedics in North Carolina and Maryland.

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